This young model was displeased with the final outcome of her previous
rhinoplasty /nose job. From an objective plastic surgical standpoint, she
had a wide nasal tip which was ill-defined and somewhat asymmetrical as
well as a "Pollybeak" (a.k.a. supratip) deformity. What this latter
condition describes can be better visualized on the profile view-a round
fullness situated above the nasal tip. This gives the illusion that the actual
nasal tip is ill-defined and drooping. Furthermore, she had hollow circles around her lower eyelids as well
as cheek flatness giving her a "drawnout" appearance. To complete her
surgical transformation, an upper lip lift was planned.
Dr. Haworth, being a specialist in Beverly Hills in all aspects of facial
plastic surgery (including fat transfer, upper lip lifts and revision
rhinoplasty), performed fat transfer around her lower eyelids, cheeks and
finally to her lateral jaws in order to amplify her facial harmony. Dr.
Haworth has coined the term hyperesthetic surgery to describe performing
these many different, yet subtle surgical procedures upon the face adhering
to the principle that the final total result is greater than the sum of its
Dr. Haworth performed a revision rhinoplasty to correct her nasal deformity
in addition to an upper lip lift. He chose an open approach to the
rhinoplasty in order to gain maximum control of the final result of the nasal surgery. Long-term
follow-up photographs are presented.
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